Leadership Skills: At The Heart of All Non-profit/Voluntary Organizations
The Central Alberta Regional Network is committed, hard-working and passionate about the conservation and preservation of historical artifacts throughout Alberta. The [...]Read Full Post
Hanna Learning Centre Steps Up To The Plate…Again!
I have mentioned in previous blogs how great Hanna, AB is at promoting and engaging in Leadership Development. This impression has primarily come [...]Read Full Post
Different Leadership Skills for Different Organizational Structures?
Last week I had the wonderful opportunity to host a workshop in Sylvan Lake. It was a fantastic experience and [...]Read Full Post
Building Community Capacity: One Leader at a Time
Here at KnowledgeConnector we like to say that we build community capacity in rural Alberta by connecting leaders in the [...]Read Full Post
Check out the People Who Make it all Possible
Watch the KnowledgeConnector Project Manager and Volunteer Alberta’s Communication Director go over the finer points of KnowledgeConnector and how it [...]Read Full Post
September 19 | Join Us
On September 19th, KnowledgeConnector.ca connects Alberta’s nonprofit organizations to learning and professional leadership like never before. Through iCCAN video conferencing technology, [...]Read Full Post
Enhancing Volunteerism by Creating Awarenss of Local Learning Opportunities
Only four months into the job, Natasha Albanese, Volunteer Development Coordinator for the City of Leduc, already has a good [...]Read Full Post
How many balls can you juggle at once?
Multi-Tasking: is it a requirement or a necessity in the nonprofit or volunteer organizations (NPVO)? Juggling requires one to keep [...]Read Full Post
Volunteer Burnout: Wetaskiwin Leaders Working Smarter to Bust Burnout
In this day and age we are finding people working harder and harder to keep up with the demands of technology [...]Read Full Post
The Face of Leadership in Rural Alberta
Did you know there are over 19,000 nonprofit organizations in Alberta… and that 54% of those 19,000 have no paid staff? [...]Read Full Post